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FOX
Jan 10, 2014 5:00am PST
channel 2 morning news. >>> born. you are looking live at a picture from sonoma county where deputies are -- investigator still on the scene. it is friday, january 10th i'm pam cook. >> a brand new day i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. there is steve paulson over there. >> thank you, pam and dave. we have mostly clear skies. a little bit of patchy fog. it will be a much better day today. and then in the afternoon we had lots of sun. sunshine a little warmer today. few high clouds may cruise over the high pressure. we have a system coming in tomorrow. mostly cloudy. i think we will get more drizzle again or very light rain to the north. there is plenty to the north but its way to the north. for us today expect for patchy fog or occasionally a high cloud. lows are cool this morning. 35 already in napa. santa rosa 37. san jose down to 42. you can see the ridge of high pressure that will give us a pretty decent day. sunny and mild. a little warmer today. more 60s today. afternoon temps a few upper 50s. 64 seems rather popular today. to 65 in morgan hill. >>> steve, we
SFGTV
Jan 9, 2014 12:30pm PST
to give you an update the sonoma clean power program recently announced that they have made a deal with some suppliers for their program and they are now in contract with cal pine for geo thermal power and they also have a contract with constellation to provide the balance of their power supply needs they are estimating that at sixty mega was watts and a one hundred percent deep green kind of offering one hundred percent renewable and the start clean program 33 percent renewables and the balance of power is ghg free so they are moving along and marin energy authority is looking at the study work associated with including napa the county of napa in their program and they have already successfully integrated richmond into their program so those are the other sort of cca activities that i thought you would be interested in hearing about today. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> miss miller. >> thank you miss hail for that report this information is very helpful and i know that we're looking at the possibly of the california puc setting rates for the green tariff for pg and e and while th
KOFY
Jan 13, 2014 11:30pm PST
with underling health conditions in sonoma county. the flu is hitting otherwise healthy and young people rather hard. health officials say it is not too late to get vaccinated. >>> a woman from sonoma county died after plunging off a cliff in san diego. it happened while 25-year-old anna bachman posed for her sister taking pictures. bachman graduated from uc berkeley. san diego police believe she backed up too far and lost herbal and then sliped at sunset cliffs last night. she fell about 40 to 50 feet. two nurses saw what happened. they tried to revive her and it appears she died instantly. >>> a community task force met for the first time to begin reshaping the way police work is done in sonoma county. the 21-member panel was formed in response to the fatal shooting of 13-year-old a an dough lopez -- andy lopez by a sonoma deputy. the task force will have three be jobs. first, issuing recommendations on how use of force incidents should be reviewed. and then they will come up with a community policing plan and whether to turn the coroner and county sheriff into two departments. >> with andy's
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 4:30am PST
-year-old sonoma county resident who had underlying health conditions. this year's 94 is hitting otherwise healthy and young people. official are urging anyone who has not done so to get vaccinated. the centers for disease control has information on where you can get a flu shot with a link on abc7news.com. >>> the richmond city council will let voters decide if the minimum wage should be raised to the highest level in the bay area. the city council will decide tonight whether to propose boosting the minimum wage to $1 or all the way up to $15. lowest option moran that the highest current minimum wage in the bay area which is $10.74 in san francisco. if the city council approves the rates it will go on the november ballot. >> sonoma county supervisors consider the cost of creating a new park in the name of 13-year-old andy lopez. officials say the cost could run between $2 million and $3 million. he was shot and killed by a sheriff deputy while carrying a coy ak-47. a task force created in the wake of the shooting met last night for the first time and will make recommendations on
KRON
Jan 7, 2014 11:00pm PST
lopez makes new revelations about how long sonoma county sheriff's deputy waited before fatally shooting the 13-year-old. according to the lawsuit, two witnesses to the shooting say he ordered lopez to put down the toy rifle and only waited 3 seconds before firing. the lawsuit also claims the deputy for 24 years fired, quote, indiscriminately. the attorney for the snohomish county sheriff's department have not offered comment on the lawsuit. but he did tell investigators he feared for his life because he thought lopez was armed with an ak-47 and not a toy. >>> still ahead tonight, it's one of the driest years on record here. why state officials say we could be in for a severe drought. >> all of the sudden the door comes off and the man was very i guess jealous or possessive about this woman that he had a restraining order and he attacked her. >> we go more in depth with marcus malone. >> also stay tuned for inside edition tonight, miss alabama is criticized for something she did on social media. and the president returned to washington without the first lady. why she stayed behind. >>> o
NBC
Jan 29, 2014 6:00am PST
weather advisory right here in the bay area. showers moving into sonoma county as we speak, heavier rain on the way. we'll have full details in moments. >>> unusual look at 880 past the coliseum because i can't show you the standard look. we have that affecting visibility. drizzle on the roads and a crash, an update for the nimitz. >>> take it easy before you head out the door as illustrated here. san mateo bridge, foggy out there, a little moist, damp, rain on the way on wednesday, january 29th. this is "today in the bay." >>> halfway through the week. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> reporter: i'm scott mcgrew. san francisco police are patrolling golden gate park looking for one of two dogs that attacked two people overnight. the attack happened on the edge of golden gate park near the intersection of lincoln way, 25th avenue. "today in the bay's" bob redell live in san francisco. bob, you just spoke with police officers there? >> reporter: good morning to you, scott. yes, this attack taking place around so:40 last night behind me on the edge of golden g
ABC
Jan 13, 2014 11:00pm PST
, a 54-year-old person with underling health conditions in sonoma county. the flu is hitting otherwise healthy and young people rather hard. health officials say it is not too late to get vaccinated. >>> a woman from sonoma county died after plunging off a cliff in san diego. it happened while 25-year-old anna bachman posed for her sister taking pictures. bachman graduated from uc berkeley. san diego police believe she backed up too far and lost herbal and then sliped at sunset cliffs last night. she fell about 40 to 50 feet. two nurses saw what happened. they tried to revive her and it appears she died instantly. >>> a community task force met for the first time to begin reshaping the way police work is done in sonoma county. the 21-member panel was formed in response to the fatal shooting of 13-year-old a an dough lopez -- andy lopez by a sonoma deputy. the task force will have three be jobs. first, issuing recommendations on how use of force incidents should be reviewed. and then they will come up with a community policing plan and whether to turn the coroner and county sheriff into
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 1:07am PST
in sonoma county. the flu is hitting otherwise healthy and young people rather hard. health officials say it is not too late to get vaccinated. >>> a woman from sonoma county died after plunging off a cliff in san diego. it happened while 25-year-old anna bachman posed for her sister taking pictures. bachman graduated from uc berkeley. san diego police believe she backed up too far and lost herbal and then sliped at sunset cliffs last night. she fell about 40 to 50 feet. two nurses saw what happened. they tried to revive her and it appears she died instantly. >>> a community task force met for the first time to begin reshaping the way police work is done in sonoma county. the 21-member panel was formed in response to the fatal shooting of 13-year-old a an dough lopez -- andy lopez by a sonoma deputy. the task force will have three be jobs. first, issuing recommendations on how use of force incidents should be reviewed. and then they will come up with a community policing plan and whether to turn the coroner and county sheriff into two departments. >> with andy's death it is the breaking p
Telemundo
Jan 29, 2014 11:00pm PST
.o.t. efren carrillo/supervisor, cdo. de sonoma 25:36:17 lamentablemente esta legislación no nos va a regresar a andy lópez. s.o.t. efren carrillo/supervisor, cdo. de sonoma 25:45:29 pero lo que esperemos es que esta legislación evita quizá otras tragedias en el futuro. aun asi, de color brillante o no, el debate crece en la comunidad, donde algunas personas consideran que los jovenes no deberian usar ningun tipo de juguete armamentista para evitar una tragica confusion bites la ley deja la esperanza de no mas muertes de este tipo, pero el caso de andy sigue en vilo... justo hoy, policia de santa rosa y pelatuma concluyo la investigacion del caso. el resultado fue enviado a la fiscalia del condado de sonoma para verificar si el alguacil " erick gelhaus" infringio la ley cuando baleo al menor.... el resultado podria demorar varios meses mas... out pistolas de aire comprimido y no comprimido... y las pistolas de perdigones cesar ---finalmente hoy llovio... pero llovio poco. pitch - blanca ---o no lo suficiente como para que las reservas de agua en nuestro estado lleguen a su nivel optimo. rol
FOX
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
to compromise and that we realize we have an opportunity to do something truly, truly beneficial for sonoma county. >> now the task force meets again on the 26th and they will be looking for a civilian review board for officer involved shootings. >>> this is about the beating death of a schizo friend nick man. the officers are accused of killing him and they along with four others were called to investigate a vandalism complaint. it shows the officers repeatedly trying to restrain a violent a -- arrest. here is the response from his parents. >> this is not fair at all, they murdered my son and they got away with it. >> coroner said he do not breathe due to chest compression as well as injuries to his chest and head. federal officials now want to know if a further investigation is needed. >>> time now 6:08 angry parents are expected tonight for a meeting in lafayette. they are expecting to put up a cell phone tower on the campus of a catholic school in hamlin road and they worry it could be at risk for a proposed cell phone tower. >>> and they will propose ways to keep it and buy up apartmen
SFGTV
Jan 1, 2014 10:00am PST
to great effect recently most notably sonoma and others. and we now know the stories of individuals that have chosen to participate in these respected pace programs and seen the successes that they have encountered. we know these upgrades can save money not only on repair costs and energy services and also monthly energy bills to the tunes of thousands of dollars saved per household. from the beginning we wanted to insure this policy and finance tool have a strong work force component tied to it that put residents to work in this thrg. we can be partners in the labor to begin the discussion of what the work force would look like and training for these jobs in san francisco is key to getting jobs and keeping them employed today and key to find meaningful careers and help them stay in san francisco for years to come. we know the potential a clean energy economy has in store and we want the local workers to take part in that industry and provide the opportunities for upward mobility. we're going to continue working with the partners to have a work force agreement ensure that local re
FOX
Jan 10, 2014 6:00am PST
. >>> welcome back. you are looking live at the scene in sonoma county this morning where deputies are investigating a possible homicide. as you can see our news reporter alex savidge is also on the scene. gathering some more information about what happened. we will check in with him in just a moment. but it is friday, january 10th i'm pam cook. >> it is friday. good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. how is it looking? >> it looks pretty good here. mostly clear. fog and low clouds. james in san mateo say a little over cast. otherwise it will be sunny to mostly sunny today. cooler on the lows. napa is down to 32. it is close for san jose. yet because of some of that half-moon bay. cool for some. cold for others. but occasionally higher clouds really the kind of fog on the coast is the bigger story here today compared to the last couple of days. over all mostly sunny today and clouds increase tomorrow. giving us some drizzle. light rain. patchy fog again closer to the beaches. 50s on some of these temps. or low 60s to a few mid 60s. here is sal. >>> steve
NBC
Jan 29, 2014 5:00am PST
francisco. but you can see what's happening here. look at this. a band of rain starting to press into sonoma county, very northern sonoma county, windsor, maybe you're a truck driver, count on dangerous conditions because is not only steady drizzle and mist out there. we are also getting fog. take it easy. 59 in san francisco. 57 in mountain view. 57 in san jose. still pull out that jacket because temperatures are going to be cole for the first part of the day. 62 later on today in the north bay. 59 san francisco. you hit the high in san francisco when we started out at 60. 67 in the east bay. 65 south bay for today. as we head throughout tonight into tomorrow, the mane event arrives. microclimate changes tell the story. fair game stofor showers san jo and san francisco. thursday, main event early thursday. residual showers friday. clear out for saturday. more precipitation through sunday. we'll talk about this. time the first of the two systems out at the doorstep. >> as you've been telling folks, we have drizzle, that means slick roadways, off-ramps be careful. east shore freeway, we can s
NBC
Jan 29, 2014 11:00am PST
, their breaching the sonoma county line. i'm going to time out this system as it moves. we're just about an hour, maybe an hour and a half away. it's about a 1:38 p.m. arrival in vallejo. the longer it lingers the better off we are because that means more rain it will dump over the bay area. now to the north, 6:00 p.m. to midnight, all of that shower activity. as we head throughout midnight to 0u6 0 a.m. tomorrow morning. i'm going to show you how this works on a map and give you an idea of how much rain we're expecting. right now, back to you scott and peggy. >> we certainly hope it dumps a lot. two million people are being asked to cut back t water usage this morning. the santa clara water district is asking people to cut back by about 10%. they're offing rebates to people who up grade their appliances. they want a firmer prediction of water flies before making the questi request. they say customers are using 17% less than in 2007. >>> state senators approved a rule that would change the way toy and replica guns are made. they will be required to be manufactured to look very different from gun
NBC
Jan 8, 2014 5:00pm PST
, and the picture is bleak across the north bay. so officials in sonoma and marin counties have teamed up to launch a public outreach campaign. starting today ads are being sent out through certainly media information folks that the drought is on and that it's time to turn the water off. well, it is not mandatory. officials are stroungly encouraging everyone to take skeps to warkt right now mining taking shorter showers and using water sparingly in every bay before we find ourselves in a real water emergency. >> we're very nervous. given the current scenario that we're giving. three years of dry conditions. the worst rainfall year, the driest year on record. supplies are dwindling. they are not going up. we're on high alert, without a doubt. it's our job to be proactive and to plan for the worst, and that's exactly what we're doing. >> now sonoma county gets part of its water from lake mend sino. take a look at the water levels there. the lake looks more like a puddle tonight, and the levels really aren't that much better across the north bay. we'll come back here live to the reservoir where you ca
ABC
Jan 29, 2014 5:00pm PST
was an ak 47 the case is turned over to the sonoma district attorney. >> the flu sadly continues to take a deadly toll in the bay area. officials in san francisco say a third person now died the numbers continue to rise there are 33 reported smiths in the bay area. the rising number led to a shortage of saline solution in one hospital as well. abc7 news is live in san francisco from the health department with more. carolyn? >> the health department here tells us they have not heard from san francisco hospitals facing a shortage of saline supplies but elsewhere, health care providers have notified doctors and are scrambling to try to make sure that they don't run out. >> the spike in cases this year have having unanticipated impact. dehydrated patients are coming into hospitals and clinics like here at mills peninsula where they're given an iv grip a saline solution that is contributing to a nationwide shortage. >> we probably have enough to last 2, 3 weeks. we're just trying to get what we can. >> jeanette is administrative director and says a combination of an increase in flu patients a
ABC
Jan 29, 2014 11:00pm PST
. and now many are hauling in water to keep the milk flowing. he is a sonoma county supervisor and a director for the sonoma county water agency. >> if it doesn't rain considerable in the next six weeks or so, we are going to have mandatory restrictions. i just feel there is no other way. >> now, if this town gets a quarter of an inch of rain tonight, it will still need 19 more inches just to get it back on track. reporting live in santa rosa, >> yes and those drops will not help that much. >>> in a tweet the governor writes today "the president offered on going support for california drought efforts. crucial support in dire times." >>> snow is approaching the sierra and right now it is mostly rain with a few flurries, but it is expected to change overnight with the snow levels dropping to about 6,000 feet. tomorrow we will also hear more about just how much snow is in the sierra. another snow survey is scheduled for the morning. in hopes of bringing an end to the drought, a bay area muslim group will pray for rain this saturday. people are invited to take care in this prayer s
ABC
Jan 30, 2014 5:00pm PST
working on a plan to move water supplies to napa and sonoma. abc7 news is live in sonoma where w.the story. >> this part of the country is grateful for measures they also know they need that water, now. and tho that hes who help themselves tend to make out the best in the long run. if you wonder how desperate california ranchers have become... >> we see that green spot. rented a back hoe and started digging based on a bunch. >> i'm in the the type to complain iechlt going to figure something out. the water has gone from bad to worse he and his wife have seen in 50 years of marriage. >> he's a nervous wreck. >> they raise cattle and goats. three kids were born this morning. bonnie spent hours nursing the weakest one. >> i'm going to keep my fingers crossed to keep her alive. >> they are not alone in this struggle. in southern marin, driest conditions since 1965. >> if we don't get rain this is going to be a long, long summer. >> he's decided to find a source of water and will begin trucking it in this weekend. >> this is beyond dry. i mean we have no pasture. in the 07s we had pasture. >> b
ABC
Jan 10, 2014 4:30am PST
is at least nine. there have been two deaths each in marin and santa clara county. a death each, in sonoma, san francisco, contra costa, and san mateo. >> how do you tell the difference between the flu and bad cold? you can have chills, headaches and body aches but with the flu the symptoms are more severe and you have a fever. people with colds have hacking, productive costs, but with the flu they are dry. cold includes stuff any nose or sneezing and with the flu symptoms come on rapidly in three to six hours. we posted the symptoms on our facebook page. >> fire investigators want to know why a condo complex want up so quickly last night. ama daetz has the report. >> cell phone video shows the flames spewing from the back of a second-story town home in san jose. >> we saw smoke and my son and i ran over to the safeway to see what was going on. >> the fire department arrived minutes after the first call before 6:00. you can see the response from sky 7. >> they found two structures upstairs and downstairs fully eninvolved with flames. they tried to make entry to put the fire out. >> three u
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
and killed by a sonoma county sheriff deputy while holding a replica ak-47. matt keller has more on what isç expected to be an emotional day in santa rosa. >> temporary memorial for andy lopez is still up at the place in santa rosa where the 13-year-old boy was killed almost three months ago while holding a toy gun that looked like an ak-47. >> we were doing a last things to help the family. >> today, the sonoma county board is disusing possible plans to build a new park in the same neighborhood. many community members want it named in honor of lopez. the county estimates it would cost $2 million to $3 million to buy and develop the land part of the community healing process following the tragic shooting that includes the formation of a 21-member task force meeting for the first time ever last night and will recommend a model for an independent citizen review bed, community policing measures, and whether the coroner should be separate from the sheriff. several people spoke up last night saying they are being harassed by law enforcement. >> with andy's death it has been the breaking point. th
KRON
Jan 8, 2014 4:00am PST
is being filed against the sonoma county sheriff who shot and killed andy lopez. details on how long deputy erick gelhaus actually waited waited, before shooting the 13-year- old. >> two witnesses stated that he ordered him to put the right fold down and that he only would it three seconds and then he fired three it he fired and a attorney for him has not offered a comment about the lawsuit correct he is telling investigators that he felt for his life. >> >> belmont police are seeking the public's help identifying two burglars who were captured on home surveillance footage. police received this home security video of a burglary in the 2200 block of cipriani boulevard. police say the crime happened friday between 2:30 and 5 p.m. the first suspect is described as a black male in his late teens. he was last seen wearing a red beanie, maroon zip-up hoodie, dark jeans and black nike athletic shoes with pink highlights. the second suspect is described as a black male in his late teens to early 20s. he was last seen wearing a black beanie, sweatshirt with the phrase "new jack" written on the front
FOX
Jan 10, 2014 4:30am PST
learned of four more deadly cases of h1n1 in sonoma, san mateo, and in santa clara county. at santa rosa memorial hospital more than a dozen people are showing up every shift with flu symptoms. doctors say they really don't know why the infection hit some people harder than others causing pneumonia, respiratory distress, and even organ failure. >> its fever, chills, i mean really shaking type chills where uncontrol blue shaking. shaking-- uncontrol blue shaking. the uc berkeley they are trying to stop the spread of the flu. >> when people come back, they bring their germs with them. students will be arriving from flu from the northeast where it has been cold and dry and they will a housing setting where they will be hugging and shaking hands and sharing cups and influenza. >> the flu vaccine this year does cover the h1n1 strain. it takes about two weeks for the vaccine to become effective. now peak activity for the flu is usually early february. >>> also this morning the defense for a 16-year-old boy accused of setting another teenager on fire will ask the judge to send the case to juven
FOX
Jan 14, 2014 4:30am PST
has not been released and sonoma county report is the death of a 50-year-old. and there have been 15 deaths so far in the bay area and this map shows where it has occurred county by county and the number of fatal cases, each reporting two deadly cases of the flu and all of the cases were younger than 65 years old. >>> a senior living complex is taking extreme measures to keep its residence healthy. they have closed their dine being room da -- dining room and asked residents to remain in their rooms and visitors have been discouraged and people are remaining in their rooms. this is following the neurovirus and the stomach bug. >> my opinion, it is overkill. you can't blame the administration for them going along with the health department. >> the facility declined to give a count of how many cases of illness they have had but they expect to resume normal operations by the end of the week. >>> family and friends of an oakland boy killed in a shooting are trying to raise money for the funeral. he learned his mother does not have enough money to bury him. the 13-year-old was killed while
Al Jazeera America
Jan 1, 2014 9:00pm EST
makers, including those that have not been farmed. coastal sonoma county, now 2500 and counting. >> it's hard for people to see all the vineyard conversion that goes on in california. it goes on in these hillsides to accommodate the desire for higher quality vineyards. you don't drive by them, you fly over them. >> global warming will dramatically impact the world's grape growing regions, forcing cooler areas to maintain productivity. the gloomy forecast confirms what many wine makers are experiencing. >> we are definitely seeing the impacts of some kind of climate change. and who we're seeing first here are extremes. which to me is kind of the harbinger of change to come later on. >> mike benziger started his winery in the hard of the sonoma valley 30 years ago. >> think of wine as a portrait of what happens on that property. and what happens in that year. that portrait will be very blurry if it comes from an environment that is poor. but if it comes from a really healthy environment you can get hd. >> still benziger's processing operation was -- operation was not always so green. as
KOFY
Jan 29, 2014 9:00pm PST
drugs. >>> and police investigating the shooting death of 13-year-old andy lopez by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy. lopez was killed last year after walking with a toy gun designed to look like an assault rifle. that was along the street. the deputy thought the gun was an ak-47. the case has now been turned over to the sonoma district attorney who must now decide whether or not to press charges against that deputy. >>> the flu, sadly, continues to take a deadly toll in the bay area. officials in san francisco say tonight that a third person has died. and the numbers continue to rise. there are now 33 reported deaths in the bay area. and the rising number of illnesses had hled to a shortag of saline solution in one local hospital. abc 7 news caroline tyler has more. >> reporter: the spike in famous has had had an unanticipated impact. the dehydrated patients have come into the hospital and been given an iv drip with a saline solution, that has contributed to a nationwide shortage. >> we probably have enough to last two to three weeks right now. and we're just trying to get be judic
KOFY
Jan 30, 2014 9:00pm PST
like napa and sonoma which could run out of water. abc 7 news reporter wayne went to sonoma county today where ranchers farmers are getting desperate. >> if you still wonder how december president california rankers have become for water in the dry perched winter landscape. >> see the green spot? above the fence there. >>reporter: take a ride in southern sonoma county here. he represented a backhoe and started digging today based on hunch that green grass on the ground might indicate a spring below. >> i'm not the type of person to sit around and complain. i'll figure something out. >>reporter: this is a drought in which the if bit of water has gone from the bad to the worst that they have seen in 50 years of marriage. >> he's a nervous wreck. >>reporter: they raise kalts and also get to from which they make gourmet cheese. 3 kids were born this morning. she spent hours nurseest the weakest one no give up in her either. >> i keep my fingers crossed i can keep her aleif. >>reporter: they are not alone in the striling. just up the road in southern marin he described conditions
CBS
Jan 29, 2014 5:00pm PST
come around. >> reporter: many in sonoma county were rejoicing in today's rain even if it won't end the drought. >> if we could get some honest to goodness rain that would be a good thing, it really would. >> reporter: and some will do whatever it takes to keep the rain coming. >> i can do a rain dance. >> reporter: the storm only brought about a quarter inch of rain. for the area to get back to normal it would have to see 70 days just like this one. live in santa rosa, i'm ryan takeo, kpix 5. >> you have to start somewhere. >>> king tides caused flooding onshore line highway in mill valley today. drivers had to slow down to get through. others wading through water. how ironic is this? to get to and from their houseboats in sausalito. the high tides are expected to stick around for a few days. the big story is the rain. chief meteorologist paul deanno on the timeline when to expect more showers. >> ryan nailed it because it's not about the amount of rainfall we'll get from this storm. the fact that it's actually going to rain, we have to start somewhere and we have just walked up to
Telemundo
Jan 22, 2014 6:00pm PST
13 aÑos de edad, andy lopez vo baleado santa rosa, por un alguacil del condado de sonoma cuando el oficial confundio el fusil de juguete que portaba el menor, con uno de verdad. ---- los manifestantes se reunen en estos momentos en el departamento de vehiculos de la ciudad, donde daran inicio al acto conmemorativ o.... stop open blanca ---aumentan las muertes por la gripe" h1-n"1 en algunos condados de la bahia. vo ---funcionarios del departamento de salud del condado de sonoma, dieron a conocer hoy un cuarto fallecimiento a causa del virus,. la victima es una mujer de 61 aÑos de edad con antecedentes medicos. ---- mientras en san francisco, se informo tambien de una segunda muerte. ----se trata de un hombre adulto y aunque aun no se confirma que la gripa h1n1 haya sido la causante de su deceso... existe la posibilidad debido a los sintomas que presentaba la persona. take fs --- en el area de la bahia se reportan ya 28 muertes, siendo los condados de santa clara, san mateo, contra costa y sonoma los que registran mas casos de fallecimientos. cesar ----y la ola de incendios no se d
FOX
Jan 10, 2014 7:00am PST
1n1 in sonoma, san mateo, san francisco, and santa clara counties, the youngest victim, a 23-year-old man who was healthy before he came down with the flu. the flu is hitting young adults especially hard this year. what we're finding out about the latest death of a 23-year- old sonoma county man and how health officials say you can protect yourself. >>> it's 7:07. a new development in the target security breach, just a short time ago, we found out the full scope of the theft, and it was a lot bigger than first thought. tara moriarty is live with the information stolen and the number of victims. good morning tara. >> reporter: good morning, if you shopped at target between november 27th and december 15 december 15th, listen up again, the hackers got a lot more than you bar r gained for. the -- bargained for. it includes mailing addresses, e-mail addresses and phone numbers of the customers. the ceo says ," i know that it is frustrating for our guests to learn that this information was taken and we are sorry that they are having to endure this. our guests expect more from us and des
ABC
Jan 12, 2014 5:00am PST
sonoma somewhere between $2 million and $3 million. andy lopez was shot to death october 22nd by a sonoma county sheriffs deputy while carrying a bb gun designed to look like an ak-47 assault rifle. a memorial is being rebuilt in the viola can't lot where he died but community members angered by the shooting want a park to be built there and named for him. county supervisors are pretty eager to try to heel the rift. one tells the sonoma county press democrat the money could come out of a reserve fund. $7 million have already been set aside for recreational access. >>> the nationwide flu outbreak continues to bro. officials have confirmed 7 bay area deaths due to the flu. two others in the county have been attributed to the virus but health officials are still waiting for test results to come back. this year the flu is not just affecting the very young and old. more than 60% of patients are between 18 and 64. that's twice as many as last year. according to the cdc, 37 states highlighted here in red are reporting widespread flu activity. >>> in san rafael, medical center of marin sponsored
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am PST
. >> the public of flu related deaths is at 16 this morning. santa clara, san mateo and sonoma recorded additional victims. >> four, the richmond city council is considering a plan tonight to let voters decide if the certify's minimum wage should be raised to $1 an hour the highest in the bay area. if the city council approves the issue goes before voters in november. >> new jersey governor chris christie is look telling rebound from the traffic jam scandal at the state of the state message and will mention but not dwell on the investigation. >> new figures just released by the obama administration show enrollees in obamacare are older americans, causing worrying among the older enrollees. there is oil on the road we have a bit of fog on the road. more on that coming up. >> thank you, leyla gulen. a little girl is an intent sensation for her adorable double take reaction. take a look. she meets her father's identical twin brother for the first time. her family can be heard laughing as they watch the reaction, and this video posted on youtube has almost they million views this morning. that is a gr
KICU
Jan 9, 2014 11:00pm PST
of four more deadly cases of h1n1. the youngest victim, a 23-year- old man in sonoma. christien kafton is in san jose and tell us that the flu season hasn 't even peaked yet. we begin with debora villalon she's in a hospital room that's swamped with h1n1 patients. >> reporter: more than a dozen people are staggering in every shift. sick with the symptoms but the er doctor i just talked to here says he is surprised to hear that man from this county has died. >> that is pretty unusual. a healthy young man dying, but it can happen. >> reporter: the h1n1 flu struck down other wise healthy, young and middle-aged people not considered high risk. now it's back. >> it's really all ages, i mean sometimes the patients are admitted for this. sometimes they go home. but everyone in general is pretty sick. >> i can say i'm really sorry. >> reporter: condolences expressed tonight from sonoma county's health officer. >> and that the family you know is grieving right now. >> reporter: she says the young man died yesterday. and that sonoma county has had eight other flu cases. putting the county into
KICU
Jan 13, 2014 11:00pm PST
. sonoma county is reporting the death of a 54-year-old patient. >>> new at 10:00, debra villalon on a voluntary quarantine at a senior home in santa rosa. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: almost 80, and frank sure's fingers are nimble, but he has no audience. residents meals are being sent to their rooms. efficient, but isolating, compared to eating together. >> it's a social thing. people meet there, and they talk about what's going on during the day. >> reporter: alerts on the front doors explain. commutual areas are closed. activities canceled, and residents asked to remain in their apartments until the flu bug passes. a few hundred seniors called the lodge at pollen creek home. >> they rushed me into the hospital. >> reporter: virginia doyle is on her feet for the first time in a few days. >> they took blood samples. at that time, they said it's a flu, but we're not sure. >> reporter: it turned out it was norovirus, and doyle wasn't the only one to get it. no one knew, moving in. visitors discouraged. shuttle buses parked. >> the natives are getting restless. >> reporter: after six
FOX
Jan 22, 2014 10:00pm PST
. san francisco reported one, marking its second this season, and sonoma added one more, in addition to three previous deaths. officials in san mateo confirmed one more, bringing the total there to four. in contra costa county, officials tell us, people seem to be taking their advice to get the flu shot. >> we're urging, especially young, healthy people to get vaccinated to protect themselves, but also so that they can protect those around them. >> by getting the advantage seep, you are less likely to spread the flu to your family, friends, and coworkers. >>> uc berkely is trying to keep its students free of the flu now that classes have resumed after the holidays. tomorrow, it is hosting a new drop in flu clinic. scheduled to be open between noon and 2:00 p.m. members of the community can also stop by and get a vaccination. it is not just for students. some students can get the shots for free. >>> chanting no guns, no hate, no mistakes. marching with a woman who's two sons were shot within 19 days. the group walked from the exact spot where 13-year-old lee weathersby was gunned down
NBC
Jan 10, 2014 6:00am PST
and women of all ages, and seven counties sonoma, marin, san francisco, san mateo, contra costa, alameda and santa clara, many of the victims have been young healthy people. regional medical center in san jose has their tents up and also increased their staff. so has stanford. they put tents out to help treat patients with the flu. in sonoma county one was 23 years old so doctors warn young people that they can develop the flu and complications. because this flu season the h1n1 strain is spreading fast, much like what we saw in 2009. >> i carry purell with me. >> i'm a little bit worried. they told me it takes up to two weeks to take effect. >> reporter: maybe two weeks but doctors say a flu shot still will protect you against the h1n1 flu and other strains, not too late. last year's flu season peaked in february and sometimes it can run all the way through may. reporting live in san jose, christie smith, "today in the bay." >> thanks a lot. >> let's take a live look outside this morning. as we prepare for our microclimate forecast. a beautiful bay bridge in the distance. let's check in
KRON
Jan 13, 2014 11:00pm PST
are in santa clara. 3 people have died, 2 people have died in sonoma. kron4's dan kerman is in the county with the most in the south bay. >> reporter: jacob cook is getting his flu shot. he decided this year it was in his best interest. >> people are passing away. i figure i better do it and take it seriously. . >> 1, 2, 3. >> reporter: the deaths are on the rise. two more people have died as a result of the flu. the death toll is from 2 to 4. >> one individual was 56 and one was 62. both did die in january. both were the h1n1 strain. >> reporter: santa clara is reporting last year 9. 13 people in santa clara have been admitted to the icu due to the flu. the flu season is far from over. >> it is unpredictable. people should get their vaccine and protect themselves. >> reporter: it takes effect in a couple of weeks. jacob will no longer have to worry this season. >> it is not too late getting the shot. there are plenty at the santa clara health department. dan kerman, kron4news. >> it is affecting people of all ages. 23-year-old died last wednesday at kaiser. walker went to the er after ch
KRON
Jan 14, 2014 11:00pm PST
and sonoma, two fatalities. four in santa clara county. these numbers don't include people over the age of 65. >> stay with kron 4 for continuing coverage on the deadly flu outbreak here in the bay area. you can go to the web site for tips and you can see the closest places for a flu shot and get the newest information on the facebook and twitter pages. >>> police are trying to find the man who walked naked into a high school girls locker room room at south san francisco high school last evening. the man entered the locker room room and exposed himself to five girls who were changing after cheerleading practice. he never touched anybody. nobody was injured. the suspect was said to be a white male, close to 40 years of age, 5'10" with a pot belly. >>> still to come tonight at 11:00, the parking for the 49ers' new stadium is forcing the team to due without playing monday night football next year. an update as the city meets to come up with a solution. >>> a bay area figure skaters coming home before heading to sochi. >>> and more information about the driver suspected of killing a young girl.
KRON
Jan 20, 2014 11:00pm PST
shore. he disappeared in seconds. the coast guard and sonoma county sheriffs have launched a search. >>> ocean beach surfers came out to enjoy the sights. the largest waves were 15-feet high. equipment like this surf board snapped. today's conditions were perfect for them. >> i continuing think it will stay consistent. it is almost like surfers paradise. >> they will be larger later this week. >> reporter: another day of record-setting temperatures. we were in the low 70s for the most part. we had a little bit of fog keeping half moon bay in the 60s. we tied a record and set one in oakland. livermore also had a new record. it will be clear and chilly. tomorrow will be another warm day. we have high fire danger later in the week. >>> san francisco city hall there is a rally planned. they are calling on the city to take action and adopt vision zero. it is improving intersections and adding protected bike paths. 21 pedestrians have been killed including a 6-year-old girl killed on new year's eve. the rally tomorrow is scheduled for noon. the groups plan to attend the mta meeting at 1
FOX
Jan 16, 2014 4:30am PST
and i will tell you that is a lot. >>> a 61-year-old woman in sonoma county with underlying health issues died from the flu yesterday. in napa county, a man with multiple medical issues died and the death of a 48-year-old man is now flew -- flu related. this map shows, one death was also reported in hum poll county. now a shooting out side windy's restaurant and police havish -- injured two people. one person was seriously injured at the monument boulevard. anybody with information about the case is asked to call police. >>> oakland's first homicide of 2014 will be laid to rest today. 13-year-old lee will be buried and two men driving away have not been arrested. they are holding a memorial at the gospel church. >>> the life event will be running on you tube and running until 6:00 tonight. the video take will be running all night. >>> more than 3% of housing units are being foreclosed on and that's almost twice the rate here in california. last year the rate dropped and is now close to a meeting tailed with politicians and police. it comes after a strength of recent governments and
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